Date: April 17, 2013. Don’t let RCIA problems become nightmares. Join us for this webinar and come away with practical, hands-on solutions to your most vexing situations.
What keeps you up at night? What makes you want to pull your hair out? RCIA is one of the most fulfilling ministries in the church. But it can sometimes make you crazy. Do you and your team struggle with any of these thorny issues?
- The annulment didn’t come through in time for the Easter Vigil
- You find out three weeks before the Vigil that one of the elect was previously married
- You don’t have enough volunteers to lead dismissal sessions
- You don’t have a big enough team for a year-round process
- One of your candidates is not coming to Mass
- The godparents live in another state (or another country!)
- Neophytes don’t return for mystagogy
- One of the elect discovers he was baptized as an infant
In this online workshop, Nick Wagner and Diana Macalintal are going to give you some practical tips for dealing with these and other vexing issues in the RCIA. In addition, we’ll talk about a problem-solving methodology you can use the next time something unexpected happens.
This webinar originally aired on April 17, 2013. The full video/audio recording includes a downloadable handout and recommended resources.
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Workshop, via online recording
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